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Nebraska Researcher Prints Dissolvable Surgical Implants
Implants that break down in the body could reduce pain, additional surgeries.
Optomec Unveils Larger/More Powerful LENS System and Intriguing Magnesium Application
The LENS 860 system, with its AM or hybrid AM/CNC metal versions, brings new industrial power; an existing version has already supported developments in dissolvable implant design.
Optomec’s LENS Hybrid System Put to Work for Medical Applications
Optomec Lens innovation said to potentially cut the need for second surgeries reducing risks, costs and patient suffering.
Optomec Systems Improve High Volume Electronics Packaging Lines
Optomec of Albuquerque NM has just announced a compact, modular version of the company’s Aerosol Jet material-dispensing equipment, called the Aerosol Jet HD (high density) system.
Editor’s Picks: February 22-28, 2018
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Carnegie Mellon Deploys Aerosol Jet Printers
The Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Laboratory (AMML) at the university is attempting to advance printed and flexible microelectronics manufacturing and lithium-ion battery production.
Carnegie Mellon Explores 3D Micro-Additive Manufacturing with Optomec System
Carnegie Mellon is developing novel methods to create next-generation manufacturing processes for sensors, antennas and energy harvesting devices.
7 First Steps to Design for Additive Manufacturing
Design for additive manufacturing looks at the bare-bones function of a part and how to produce it via additive manufacturing.
Optomec
Optomec printers offer unique advantages over traditional approaches to 3D printing. Most industrial 3D Printers on the market today print plastic parts used as a visual mock-up for the real end-user part. In some cases, 3D Printers will deposit sacrificial...
Optomec Showcases Aerosol Jet 3D Printers
3D Printing Recipes Save Time, Ensure Results
Optomec has published highly detailed, vendor-specific guidelines for additive manufacturing (AM) on both its LENS (laser engineered net shaping) and Aerosol Jet systems.
Editor’s Picks for August 3-9, 2017
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
There’s More to Miniaturization than Size
The reason printed electronics have not delivered the expected cost reductions is that the complexity of the manufacturing processes has eliminated much of the cost savings.
The State of Electronic 3D Printing
Innovative additive manufacturing solutions appear poised for more growth
Optomec Shares Results of 3D Metal AM Study
Study validated the repeatability and transferability of the Optomec LENS metal additive manufacturing process, according to Optomec officials.



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